Seminal horror movie Blair Witch Project is set for a 10th anniversary sequel, with the original directors behind a new concept.
The low-budget 1999 movie was an instant cult hit and now co-directors Ed Sanchez and Dan Myrick have revealed they plan to follow the success of the original.
An ill-fated sequel, Book of Shadows, was released in 2000 - with Sanchez and Myrick onboard as writers, but it was slated by critics and fans alike.
Now the duo want to revisit the original and make a proper sequel.
Sanchez tells website Bloody-Disgusting.com, "We are about as far along on a sequel idea as we've ever been. This is the first idea that Dan and I have really latched onto that we thought, 'It would be cool.' It's a completely different kind of film, but we think it's in the original spirit of the first one.
"In the next couple of weeks, something should happen; either a yes or a no or a maybe... The news is coming soon."
Myrick adds, "We've been working on an idea and it's a concept that we like a lot... Ed and I feel that the timing is right and enough time has gone by that the backlash to Blair Witch (Book of Secrets) has kind of subsided and a new generation of kids are out to embrace a Blair Witch franchise on the merits of the movie itself, rather than it trying to live up or be what the first film was, which it never will be.
"Our hope is that the sequel will stay within the mythology that we created in the first film and stand on its own two feet."